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Hey guys - please use this thread for posting setups for the Cougar SV to help keep things a little easier to find!
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heres are finish set up from southport, and thanks for that jimmy
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Guys,

Editable setup sheets now attached, thanks Carl.

Any questions feel free to ask.

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Default cougar sv setup

has ne1 got the Toms or Simons setup from southport national
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Pretty much the same as EPR which is on the Schumacher site, except I was running 40/35 oils front/rear
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cheers for that tom much appeciated
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Default Schumacher Cougar SV PRO CF

just bought the above model comes ready built with a set of mini pins fitted, totally new to this class and looking for some guidance, will be running indoors on carpet i guess initially.
Any thing i should be looking for on set up ,changes hop ups etc. Assuming every thing is built as per kit and standard set up.
Will be running it with 10.5 boosted Esc any advice on gearing would help.
Txs in advance
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Most things u nd ul find on here I run a 17t pinion with the standard gears it just enuff top end but am runnin a 5.5 motor although urs will b quik enuff jus depends how tight and twisty the track is the lower the pinion the quiker ur acceleration will b out of bends keep the ride hieght bwt 20 mm allround with good shok oil 50 or 55 this stop the car sloshing abwt in the bends if uv got a manual with the car it tells u in the set up guide abwt which holes do wot for ur shocks, camber etc but I would say to turn ur front wishbones around it helps with the cornering hope this helps
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[QUOTE=Jon D;551335]Most things u nd ul find on here I run a 17t pinion with the standard gears it just enuff top end but am runnin a 5.5 motor although urs will b quik enuff jus depends how tight and twisty the track is the lower the pinion the quiker ur acceleration will b out of bends keep the ride hieght bwt 20 mm allround with good shok oil 50 or 55 this stop the car sloshing abwt in the bends if uv got a manual with the car it tells u in the set up guide abwt which holes do wot for ur shocks, camber etc but I would say to turn ur front wishbones around it helps with the cornering hope this helps[/

Wow that was hard work.
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It is but it's worth all the messing when u get it rite n car drives well all u hav to do then is improve ur lap times
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